E L James’s Darker: Fifty Shades Darker As Told By Christian to be published 28 November 2017.
A huge congratulations to the winners of the 2017 NZ Book Awards for Children & Young Adults!
First Person -- Richard Flanagan’s first novel since winning the Man Booker Prize in 2014 -- is to be published in Australia in October this year.
Jojo Moyes takes Lou Clarke to New York in a new novel to be published in 2018.
These days the origin of the universe is explained by proposing a Big Bang, a single event that instantly brought into being all the matter from which everything and everyone are made.
From inside a rambling white Colonial home on a shaded street that smelled of blooming wildflowers, a woman called in a pleasant Southern accent
Fiona McIntosh on studying 1930’s Britain and India in pursuit of the perfect setting for her latest novel.
Read the story being discussed on Jesse Mulligan’s show on Radio New Zealand on 23 November 2017
Read the story being discussed on Jesse Mulligan’s show on Radio New Zealand on 8 February 2018
Chelsea's favourite sweet from her new book Eat. The silky richness of the chocolate fudgy part is balanced by the tart sherbet — a zing in every bite!
Delight friends and family with this Victoria sponge with strawberries and white chocolate cream from Ottolenghi’s Sweet.
An utterly buttery and decadent dessert that feels the very opposite of 'free-from'.
The bestselling author on her unyielding love affair with the African continent.
Morris throws caution to the wind and answers all of your questions. . .
Read the story being discussed on Jesse Mulligan’s show on Radio New Zealand on 8 March 2018.
Read the story being discussed on Jesse Mulligan’s show on Radio New Zealand on 22 February 2018.
Take your book club on the race of a lifetime around Australia with Peter Carey’s A Long Way From Home.
Absorb the heroism, heartache and healing of The Tea Gardens with your book club.
Enter the shadowy world of mesmerism with Catherine Jinks’ Charlatan.
Many people know the Manawatu– Wanganui region only as a flat, green slice of provincial quietness that you drive through on the way from Wellington to the Central Plateau.
An exclusive Lee Child short story to celebrate the release of No Middle Name.